Just to confirm that the new graphics driver works with the DSI+HDMI with independent displays concurrently on each display interface? - if so, this would be brilliant news as my rather limited understanding is that the most difficult task is to enable a second framebuffer in the GPU Driver.
Once the second framer buffer is available then it can be assigned to a physical port (DSI / DPI / HDMI etc) in Xorg. (Again, I stress I'm only a hardware guy so I could be misguided).
Getting DPI working is easier then DSI on the RPi - the DPI is a very simple interface and is the most cost effective "local" display option - for smaller Qtys. DSI is a bag of hurt.
I know that NEC uses CM3 (they have a 8GB version)
- I've not seen any other "Mass" commercial product with CM3...
The HiFI industry is dying - partially though its own fault but also due to the advent of Digital which has taken away the ability to optimise the performance of the system - in the days of turntables there was so many "upgrade paths" that would encourage the hobby.
By offering open source "enabled" designs I hope to encourage the sprint of developing software and adding features etc. Sure maybe only 5% of our customer base will experiment but its more about the spirit of the design.
Apparently our press spokesperson knows your Lucy Hattersley so I have no problem passing on any news releases etc. about our designs using the CM3... I think its only good to start showing the world how many devices use the CM3 (RPi) - with Britons current Brexit wows we should be proud of British innovation - and RPI is typical of that very British spirit!